Workplaces are becoming increasingly gruelling environments, and employees need food that will nourish throughout the day in order to keep up both productivity and energy levels.
Mondays have become eponymous with slow starts and lack of productivity. And while bosses look for ways to combat employees’ hatred of the day, boosting the office mood and offering free food seem to be the only real solutions.
Office Pantry is a business designed to keep workers’ hunger at bay. It offers all kinds of snacks, from fruit to jerky, and this year it is focusing on a Friday night drinks package.
Making its target audience abundantly clear in the company name, Foodie Folk is a catering enterprise delivering cuisine for a variety of sectors – the most lucrative of which is, surprisingly, corporate barbecues.
Small sushi business Maki, a self-proclaimed challenger to chains Itsu and Wasabi, has made the latest step towards expanding the operation as sibling founders Daniel and Anthony Woodcock open a new shop just several months after the previous one.
Having a drawer filled with dark chocolate will boost your brain – we really mean it! But it's not the only food to do so. From folklore medicine to Aztec warrior usage, we unveil five snacks that have a long history of increasing concentration.
Our Microsoft 30 Digital Champions project continues, and confectionery brand Mallow & Marsh is the next company on the list. Chief whisk Harriot Pleydell-Bouverie revealed how she is able to introduce a working pattern so flexible that the staff don’t have a holiday allowance.
Eating regularly with your team allows for casual conversation in a comfortable environment, which studies have claimed will boost team performance.
As millions of people head out to restaurants or order a takeaway this weekend, how many will be looking forward to tucking into a delicious plate of insects
Some of the greatest partnerships in business go back many years, but Ed Smith and Richard Wilkinson, co-founders of innovative super-food chocolate brand Doisy & Dam, have known each other since they were toddlers.
Ella's Kitchen founder Paul Lindley has shared some tasty treats that foodpreneurs should swallow for business success – methods that have allowed his baby food brand to achieve $100m worth of sales globally.
Britain loves food, so much so that there are a whole host of entrepreneurs who are using this passion to create their own business ventures. But is there a secret recipe to make the leap from foodie to foodpreneur